New chapter on Radicalization Leading to Violence as a Global Health Issue featuring our partners

A new book chapter about radicalization leading to violence as a public health issue has recently been published.

The chapter was co-written by Diana Miconi, Rochelle L. Frounfelker, Yann Zoldan and Cécile Rousseau. The book, edited by Samuel O. Okpaku, is entitled Innovations in Global Mental Health. 

The chapter was co-written by Cécile Rousseau, Full Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University and Associate Member of the UNESCO-PREV Chair. She is also the Scientific Director of the Research and Action Team on Social Polarization (RAPS), a regular partner of the Chair. 

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